|Central & Eastern Europe Nuclear Decommissioning and Waste Management Congress 2016 December 8-9 Sofia
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EU approved larger sums than initially proposed.
|Bulgaria- Kozloduy NPP Unit 1-4
||Some €293 million instead of €209 million will be set aside
|Slovakia- Bohunice 1 and 2
€225 million, compared with an originally proposed €115
|Lithuania- Ignalina 1 and 2
||€450 million, up from the proposed €229 million
Another change is that EU support for decommissioning in Lithuania and Slovakia will continue for an extra three years to 2020. The end date for the Bulgarian program was already set at 2020 under the initial proposal.
However,the regulations also specify a number of conditions which the three countries must meet to receive the funds, including compliance with the Euratom Treaty's rules on nuclear safety, financing plan identifying full costs and envisaged funding sources and the a revised detailed decommissioning plan.
Today, we have invited the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to attend Central & Eastern Europe Decommissioning & Waste Management Conference 2016, Sofia, Bulgaria, Dec 8-9 as a speaker. EBRD, who mostly manage the fund of the decommissioning project in Central and Eastern Europe, will share the latest information of the Funding for Nuclear Decommissioning in CEE.
Speaker from EBRD
Vince Novak, Director, Nuclear Safety Department
Topic: Approval processes of International Decommissioning Support Funds (IDSF) to support Nuclear Decommissioning projects in Central and East Europe
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